On April 21, 2021, at the State University of Moldova, the second multiplier event took place within the Erasmus + ReSTART project. The theme of the event was “Successful Innovative Business Ideas” organized within the Erasmus + ReSTART project and in the context of the 75th anniversary of the founding of USM.
The purpose of the event was to multiply the flow of good practices in entrepreneurship education generated by the ReSTART project for a wider audience.
This event brought together students and master students from the Faculty of Economics, teachers, researchers, civil servants, entrepreneurs. A wide range of topics were addressed by event guests:
Bozhana STOYCHEVA, sen.assist.prof., PhD, URAK
Career orientation for students at University of Ruse – The Entrepreneurial University
Beatrice LEUSTEAN, PhD., UPB
Best practices from ReSTART project – entrepreneurship & digital skills development
Dumitru POPA, vice-president of the Dubasari District Council
Opportunities for the development of innovative businesses by young people in the Dubăsari district
Nicolae Cojocaru, entrepreneur, Great Britain
European entrepreneurial experience: diversifying innovative business in the UK
Mariana DOGA-MIRZAC, associate professor, PhD, director of the ESF Doctoral School
Research project “Multidimensional evaluation and development of the entrepreneurial ecosystem at national and regional level in order to boost the SME sector in the Republic of Moldova”
Liliana SPERELUP, entrepreneur, founder of the „BabyLinna” brand
Experience in initiating and developing a successful innovative business in the Republic of Moldova
Anastasia RUSU, master student, HP Italia project manager
Smart business platforms.
The theme focused on capitalizing the opportunities to set up students start-ups, the training needed to meet the demands of the labour market, successful business models, the role of entrepreneurship education for the training of successful young entrepreneurs.